Make Bathroom Bigger by Converting to Shower Rooms

This is traditional bathroom in a 1930 built home in England. The bathroom is 158cm long by 166cm wide. The home owners wanted to create more space within the bathroom and convert it into a shower room.

The image below shows the original floor plan of the bathroom. As you can see it has a standard bathroom layout. From left to right, toilet basin and bath.

1930 traditional bathroom floor plan

The basin has been moved from the window wall to the right hand side wall next to the shower. There are two advantages to fitting a shower room with this layout. First it frees up a small amount of floor space and secondly it is possible to fit a mirror above the basin on the wall.

Small shower room floor plan

The Shower Room Product

  • 800mm by 1000mm quadrant shower with glass shower enclosure.
  • Wall mounted thermostatic shower that is run from the combination boiler
  • 45cm vanity basin offering storage
  • Modern toilet 62cm long
  • 450mm by 1200mm chrome towel warmer
  • British Ceramic Tiles Dorchester Wall and Floor Tile

Image of the bathroom before work began

Original 1930 family bathroom

Images of the New Fitted Shower Room

Toilet Vanity Basin and Quadrant Shower

100cm by 80cm quadrant shower in modern shower room

45cm space saving vanity basin with storage

Wall Mounted Thermostatic Shower

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